Pillsbury's regulatory lawyers are active participants in the public discourse surrounding governmental investigations, compliance program development and implementation, administrative proceedings, government contract and spending initiatives, and legislative policy. Members of the group regularly take part in conferences, panel discussions, webinars and other thought leadership forums—in venues around the globe—to share critical insights, interpret complex issues, and anticipate forthcoming challenges.
Check back here for a sampling of recent and upcoming appearances and events.
PLI’s Coping with U.S. Export Controls and Sanctions 201812.13/Event
The PLI program is chaired by Peter L. Flanagan, Covington & Burling LLP and Christopher R. Wall, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Nancy Fischer will be speaking on Export Control Reform and CFIUS.
7th Conference on Economic Sanctions and Financial Crime11.14/Event
Nancy Fischer will be speaking on drafting and negotiating sanctions and AML clauses and compliance provisions in agreements.
13th Annual SMi Defence Exports Conference09.13/Event
The conference will feature an exclusive panel discussion on US Export Changes with US Department of Commerce, Department of State, and Defense Technology Security Administration officials and discuss how leading representatives at the forefront of defense trade are combating the threat of cyber intrusion and export control violations.
CBA/ABA/IPEBLA Global Pension And Employee Benefits Lawyers Conference06.10/Event
In a session at the upcoming Global Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Conference hosted by The Canadian Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the International Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Association, Pillsbury partner Susan Serota will explore cybersecurity and its application to pension and benefit plan sponsors, administrators and third-party service providers in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K.
New EU Data Laws: The Implications for Employers with EU Employees05.10/Webinar
The new GDPR will affect what employers can do to protect their business interests in the context of their employment relationships. In this webinar, special counsel Caron Gosling and counsel Steven Farmer will discuss the most common HR scenarios where the GDPR may impact business decisions and provide practical tips to manage these impacts and better protect your business.
How Does The SAFETY Act Work For Me? Part 105.07/Webinar
Join Pillsbury for the first session of this four-part webcast series, where we will provide an in-depth look at how the SAFETY Act (Support Anti-Terrorism By Fostering Effective Technologies) can be utilized by specific sectors of the economy to minimize their exposure to civil liability claims, as well as how it can be used to provide factual defenses when facing administrative claims from regulators at the state and federal level.
Wine, Beer & Spirits Law: Hot Topics for California from Today’s Headlines04.23/Event
Join partners Carrie Bonnington, James Seff, Joseph Jean and Colin Kemp in San Francisco for a special program focusing on California’s wine, beer and spirits industry. Topics of discussion will include the aftermath of California’s wildfires and a trade practice update.
The Privacy Perils of Employees’ Personal Phone Calls04.19/Webinar
Many companies allow their employees to use company telephones for personal calls, but accompany this privilege with policies and rules outlined in employee handbooks. Even so, personal phone calls can clash with the common business practice of recording any and all calls made on company telephones. This could potentially put a company in jeopardy of a lawsuit claiming violation of privacy. Join Pillsbury partners Bruce Ericson and Richard Segal as they discuss the privacy issues that surround mixing work with personal life, and the safeguards companies can implement in order to protect themselves from employee privacy violations.
Alchemist Money Summit - “Completing a Successful ICO Without an SEC Investigation”04.17/Event
On April 17, partner Riaz Karamali will speak on “Completing a Successful ICO Without an SEC Investigation” during the Alchemist Money Summit, held at the Computer History Museum April 17-19.